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Utilidata Bringing Open-Source Artificial Intelligence to the Grid Edge THE PROBLEM: As the edge of the grid becomes exponentially more complex with high penetrations of electric vehicles, distributed solar, batteries, heat pumps and extreme weather, utilities will need real-time visibility and decentralized decision-making. Without distributed artificial intelligence (AI) solutions, electric distribution utilities will struggle to […]

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sunrun Case Study


SUNRUN Advising America’s Largest Home Solar Provider on How to Prepare for the Future THE PROBLEM: Policies and regulations that were appropriate at the start of an industry adjust over time. Clean energy technologies are at various stages of maturity and those that came first, like rooftop solar, are also among the first to see

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CRUISE Developing New Regulatory Frameworks and Permitting Pathways for Autonomous Vehicles THE PROBLEM: Regulations often have a hard time keeping up with advances in clean technology. Regulatory processes are slow and bureaucratic by design to ensure that a robust vetting and public process occurs before massive changes are implemented. However, this can cause a significant

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charm industrial

Charm Industrial

CHARM INDUSTRIAL Helping a World Leading Start-Up Update Market Rules to Reflect a Changing Clean Technology Landscape THE PROBLEM: Understanding the myriad of regulations and policies is complicated. Regulations and policies are especially complicated for startups that are not only new companies but are also introducing new and disruptive technologies to the market. Charm Industrial

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A.O. Smith

A.O. Smith

A.O. SMITH Incentivizing the Electrification of California Homes and Businesses THE PROBLEM: The State of California is increasingly moving towards full electrification of residential and commercial buildings. The 2022 Energy Code requires all new homes built in California to be electric-ready. At the same time, more than 50 local jurisdictions have passed ordinances to require

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